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Bio Energy Purification Therapy

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Global Climate Change

7 May 2012 Antarctica Ice Melting

Global Climate Change

Receding Glaciers

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Global Climate Change

Warming Winds, Rising Tides, Bangladesh

Rising Sea Levels

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Global Climate Change

Droughts and Land Degradation

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Widespread Forest Fires

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Crop Problems

Diseases Sigatoka

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Human and Animal Health Challenges

People Sicker (Reduced immunity and early degenerative diseases) Pandemics and horizontal gene transfers
Swine flu Avian Flu


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yet we continue with our old ways

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We generally take preventive measures for above problems

Like using renewable sources of energy Preventing use of plastic Reducing use of electricity, water etc Using lead-free petrol Proper waste disposal

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AGNIHOTRA is the basic HOMA

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It is the science of HEALING the ATMOSPHERE through PYRAMID FIRES to eliminate POLLUTION 16 & CONTAMINATION.

It is the process of purification of the atmosphere through the agency of fire tuned to the specific biorhythm of sunrise/sunset.

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What are the effects of Agnihotra?

It heals:

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the atmosphere the soil the subsoil the water the plants the animals the human beings


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Timesheet exact in seconds of sunrise and sunset Copper pyramid Ingredients are: Cows Ghee Brown rice Dried cow dung Vibration inputs in the form of mantras
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Why the pyramid and why copper ?

Inverted pyramid pot is considered a receiver of cosmic energy Tremendous amounts of energy (subtle, cosmic, and electromagnetic) are gathered around the copper pyramid just at Agnihotra time During the burning, the pyramids shape and copper material act like a generator producing negative ions, harmonizing the environment. In Yugoslavia, after the Chernobyl catastrophe, scientists conducted the Agnihotra ceremony and found that radioactivity 7 May 2012 21 was completely neutralized in the immediate vicinity.

Why the pyramid and why copper ? Shape - accumulates inside the pyramid electromagnetic waves or cosmic waves Pyramid - in Greek pyr means FIRE and amid means CENTRE Copper - best conductor of heat and electromagnetic waves that allows control generation and multidirectional dissipation of energy It receives generates and decentralizes electrosphere It acts as an effective bacteriostatic and antimicrobial reactor
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Why the cow dung?

Fresh and burnt cow dung (fumes and ash) contain active medicinal properties
Proven to eradicate harmful bacteria and control dangerous effects of RADIOACTIVITY
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Why the ghee and rice (offerings) ?

Cows ghee or clarified butter referred to as the mother of all medicine and has many therapeutic properties full of nutritional properties Does not get destroyed by burning but gets transmuted into healing gases Its fume lessen the effect of atomic radiation
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The Mantras
Original words in Sanskrit Sanskrit - mother of all languages but nobodys mother-tongue Each verse is a precise formula, which carries the directions, the forces, and the illumination required for the work
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Why Sunrise and Sunset ?

These are transitional moments (neither day nor night) A powerful stream of healing (vital life sustaining) energies similar in power to an atom bomb covers the earth at this time At sunrise the many fires, electricities, ethers and more subtle energies emanating from the sun extend all the way to the earth and produce a flood effect. Scientific investigation at stone circles in England- the Dragon Project- reveal interesting energy patterns at these times. At sunset theflood recedes.

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Why Sunrise and Sunset ?

Through Agnihotra this energy is brought down or attracted to the earth An aura energy field is also created on the ground at the exact timing

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Sunrise/sunset timings according to the towns latitude and longitude


The Mantras

At Sunrise: Suryaya Svaha*. Suryaya Idam Na Mama

(*Release the first portion of rice smeared with cows ghee in the fire)

Prajapataye Svaha*. Prajapataye Idam Na Mama

(*Release the second portion of rice smeared with cows ghee in the fire) This completes the morning (sunrise) 7 May 2012 Agnihotra.


The Mantras

At Sunset: Agnaye Svaha*. Agnaye Idam Na Mama

(*Release the first portion of rice smeared with cows ghee in the fire)

Prajapataye Svaha*. Prajapataye Idam Na Mama

(*Release the second portion of rice smeared with cows ghee in the fire) This completes the evening (sunset) 7 May 2012 Agnihotra.


Process of Agnihotra
Place cow dung in the copper pyramid in such a way that air circulates freely Use cow ghee or kapoor to enlighten the Agnihotra fire Give offering of brown rice with mantras Little wood may be used for initial lighting of fire
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Scientific Dimensions
1.Cleans air - within and outside the Room 2.Most ancient science to fight air pollution 3.Fire breaks up the substances into vapor/ gaseous phase,( Sublimation) 4.Producing buoyancy and other aerodynamic effects 5.a mechanism to clean indoor outdoor air
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Why burning and fire?

Fire is transformational
changes state of matter

Fumes, smoke or vapors from the

burning components rise high up in space.

Gathers nutritional properties Makes the pyramid vibrate and

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Scientific method of subtulisation of matter into energy and expanding its potential effects in the surrounding atmosphere. Fire breaks up molecule-to-molecule bonds of the sacrificed substances rather than triggering their independent combustion process The electromagnetic waves generated thereby help in transmitting, at cosmic level, the desired sonic signals stored in the Mantras, which are chanted during the process of offering materials in the fire. 7 May 2012 33

Agnihotra and combustion science

Essentials of Combustion Combustion is said to occur if a fuel is oxidized (generally by the atmospheric oxygen) giving rise to thermal energy Thermal heat is produced that was inherent in the particular fuel. Some fuels like fossil fuels petrol ,coal etc release much more energy than others
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Combustion.. Fossil Fuels

Thermal energy -called Calorific Value- of fossil fuels is in the range of 10,000 calories / gram of fuel,
Upon combustion of such fuels the final temperatures may be as high as 2500 degree Celsius

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Combustion cellulose materials

Fuels such as cellulose materials & wood have smaller calorific values. Typical firewood - calorific value around 3000 calories / gram of fuel about one-third of the hydrocarbon fuels. Upon combustion, maximum temperatures may be in the range of 800 1200 degree Celsius.
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Comparison between Coal & Wood

S No 1 2 3 4

Substances Wood Carbon 48.51% Hydrogen 6% Oxygen 43% Nitrogen .4to .1%
Yajna Vimarsh Dr Ram

Coal 82% 5% 12% 1%


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Medicinal values of wood used

All these types of wood apart from having low calorific value have medicinal properties also. Medicinal properties - well documented in several scientific books on Medicinal plants produces medicinal substances to help us get rid of common diseases
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Combustion Harmful effects

Upon complete combustion, we expect formation of carbon dioxide and water vapor as the products Due to the deficiency in the availability of oxygen, or other possible reasons, some fuel remains un burnt, or gets only partially oxidized to carbon monoxide.

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Combustion Harmful effects

Un burnt fuel and carbon monoxide are undesirable pollutants for the atmosphere If the combustion gives rise to high temp --2000 deg. C or above - the atmospheric N2 & O2 may react to form the oxides of nitrogen undesirable pollutants. Excessive volumes of CO2 are also undesirable
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Combustion in Agnihotra
Agnihotra consists of a base fire generated in a specially designed vessel Burning firewood of certain specified characteristics forms the base fire. Firewood has much lower calorific value. and produces much lower temperatures than in the typical engines.
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Combustion in Agnihotra
To this base fire,we add oblations comprising: Ghee (ghritam) Several herbal substances which should be 1) wholesome, i.e. health givers, 2) anti-bacterial, 3) aroma-builders, i.e. deodorants and 4) sweeteners. Odoriferous Substances :saffron, musk, agar, tagar, chandan, illaychi, jayphal, javitri and camphor. Substances with Healthy Constituents:milk, fruits and cereals like wheat, rice,barley, til, kangu, munga, chana, arhar, masur or peas. Sweet Substances:sugar, dried grapes, honey or chhuhara.
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Agnihotra --Possible production of pollutants

The base fire is generated by burning firewood - lower calorific value Amount of firewood burnt is minimum This ensures lower temperatures oxides of nitrogen cannot be formed. Design of vessel ensures plenty of oxygen. Therefore Carbon monoxide & unburnt hydrocarbons are minimal
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Products of Combustion:
Interpretation is rather difficult due to the followingreasons: (i) The properties of substances which are used is vastly varying; (ii) The conditions under which combustion takes place remain unspecified. The products of combustion depend on the following factors like -- (a) The nature of substances used and their proportions; (b)Temperature attained; Controlled supply of air and (d) Interaction44 7 May 2012 amongst the various products formed.

When cellulose and other carbohydrates undergo combustion, steam is formed in copious quantities by the combination of hydrogen of organic substances with the oxygen.
This is how the substances like thymol, eugenol, pinene, terpinol etc., are carried over in the surroundings and the aroma of a

Agnihotra can be smelt even at a considerable distance.

In addition to steam, smoke is also given out in copious quantities and solid particles existing in a highly divided state offer sufficient surface for mechanical diffusion. Smoke also functions as colloidal particles for diffusion of volatile aromatic substances depending on temperature and direction of the wind.

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Combustion of Fatty Substances:

The fatty substances used are mainly ghee and other fatty
substances of vegetable origin.

Ghee helps in rapid combustion of cellulose of wood and keeps the

fire alight. All fatty substances used are combinations of fatty acids, which volatilise easily. The combustion of glycerol portion gives acetone bodies, pyruvic aldehyde and glyoxal etc. The hydrocarbons produced in the reactions again undergo slow combustion and as a result methyl and ethyl alcohols, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, formic acid and acetic acids are formed.

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These changes occur in the ultra-violet and other short wavelength regions. The products of fumigation go photochemical decomposition, oxidation and reduction. To some extent even CO2 is also reduced to formaldehyde as follows: CO2 + H2O + 112,000 cal. = HCHO = O2

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What is Photosynthesis ?
A process by which Plants make their food from CO2 and water in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll.

Chlorophyll -Pigment which gives green colour to the plants

During this released process Oxygen is

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Factors Affecting Photosynthesis

Red Effect - Rate of photosynthesis is maximum in red light Hence Photosynthesis is maximum in mornings and evenings when there is a red glow in the sky Thus, the air is richer with oxygen during morning and before sunset in the evening.

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Biological Clocks and Agnihotra Timings

two most important transitional epochs of day changes of great magnitude take place in the ecosphere Synchronising performance of Agnihotra with these activated moments results in attracting a life sustaining energies of the solar system. The daily fluctuations in the body temperature, heart rate and blood pressure have been found associated with these exact moments. The science of Yoga and Nadi system observed to be greatly influenced these planetary transitional moments. The breathing patterns automatically undergo drastic changes. These physical changes and re-adjustments have great impact on the psychosomatic makeup of human beings.
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Cowdung Cake:
Contains plenty of menthol, ammonia, phenol, indole compounds, formalin It eradicates the pathogenic micro-organisms. Fresh cowdung possesses medicinal and curative properties. It is a proven fact that tremendous active beneficial properties are inherent in the cowdung cake and in the fumes that emanates after burning it. Some Russian scientists have observed even antiradiational properties of cowdung.

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According to Ayurveda, Cows ghee is a tonic

and a cardiac stimulant. The invigorating gases produced by the burning of cows pure ghee act in balancing the cycle of

nature. Cows pure ghee removes all pathogenic bacteria and works effectively in purification of
the atmosphere making it sufficiently fit for mankind, plants and the life on earth.

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Mantras and Dimensions of Sound

When a Mantra is chanted collectively during Agnihotra, its sonic power increases exponentialy due to --(i) the collision of the sound waves (generated by the Mantra chanting) with the thinnest screen flame-screen of the quivering fire of Agnihotra and the high frequency vibrations generated thereby; (ii) the subtle interactions of the sound-waves of the Mantras with the cosmic energy centre associated with their specific configurations (iii) the fundamental thermodynamic effects associated with the fumigation of t offerings in the Agnihotra fire; The sound-waves, of the Mantras, instead of proceeding in their natural circ motion, are carried upwards in a spiral form by the force of the electrons generated by fumigation of the substances after sublation in fire. The mutual collisions of these fast moving electrons along with the superimposition of the timely phased, collective sonic patterns of the Mantra result in the penetration in doubt of the ionosphere. The collective chanting of Mantras in specific rhythm in front of the flames g rise to unique sound-waves which have infinite radiant effects in the outer 7 May 53 space. 2012

Chanting of Mantras
The power of sound vibrations is long since acknowledged in the field of science.

These vibrations can penetrate the energy spheres at the subtle and cosmic levels. All alphabets of Sanskrit language are endowed with special vibrational powers, which set out harmonious wave patterns when pronounced.

Dr. Howard Steingull, an American Scientist has established that recitation o Gayatri Mantra produces 110,000 sound waves per second.

The patterns of chanting of Mantras are so designed that they latently conta the essence of the music or the quite essential sound of the torrent of life sustaining energies emanating from the cosmic energy centre of the corresponding Mantras. (The cosmic energy centre a diety associated with t 7 May 2012 54 Gayatri Mantra is Sun).

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Experimental studies - the incidence of physical ailments,

sickness and disease are reduced in the houses, where the Agnihotra is regularly performed because it creates a pure, nutritional and medicinal atmosphere.
It renews the brain cells, revitalizes the skin, purifies blood

and prevents growth of pathogenic organisms.

Purification of environment through the constituent

electrons of the substances fumigated in the Yagna is an obvious effect of this process

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Dr. Hafkine --- mixing ghee and sugar and burning them creates

smoke which kills the germs of certain diseases and secretion takes place from some glands relate to the wind-pipe.
Sugars present in offerings have great power to purify the atmosphere.

It kills the germs of T.B., measles, smallpox and cow-pox --- remarks Prof..Tilward.
According to Dr. Shirowich, a Russian scientist ---

(i) Cows milk contains great power of protection from atomic radiation; (ii) Houses having cow-dung covered floors enjoy complete protection from atomic radiation; (iii) If cows ghee is put into Yagna fire, its fumes lessen the effect of atomic radiation to a great extent.

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The medicinal fumes emanating from Agnihotra have been

observed by researchers in the field of microbiology to be clearly bacteriolethal in nature.

These eradicate bacteria and other micro-organisms, which

are the root cause of illness and diseases. This must be the reason why the incidence of physical ailments, sickness and diseases becomes less in the households, where Agnihotra is regularly performed.
These effects take place in the four ways described as now:

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Removal of Foul Odours

Under steam volatalisation, the various volatile oils get diffused in
the surrounding atmosphere along with steam and smoke.

Since these oils have distinct good smell, the foul odours are
automatically replaced.

This aroma can be experienced due to diffusion of substances like

thymol, eugenol,pine, terpinol and oils of sandal-wood, camphor and clove.
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Removal of Bacteria
Products of combustion- the partial oxidation of hydrocarbons and
decomposition of complex organic substances produce formaldehyde which is a powerful antiseptic. Germicidal action of formaldehyde is only effective in the presence of water vapour which is also produced in large quantities in Agnihotra. The use of formaldehyde spray for disinfecting of walls, ceiling etc., is common and such a spray is automatically produced when Agnihotra is


The oxidation of hydrocarbons also produces formic acid and acetic acid
both of which are good disinfectants..

Agnihotra ash purifies and cleanses the water making it fit for drinking

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Removal of insects
There are non-bacterial parasites like flies, ringworm, dice, fleas etc., which are immune to bactericides, which are also harmful to other living beings. Such insects which are generally immune to ordinary reagents. They either get killed or are driven away, when they come in contact with the fumes of volatile oils like camphor diffused in the environment.

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Observations are made by Dr. L. Maela Anatoninhowska of Poland after

using P.S.I. techniques.

Agnihotra - process of slow combustion at higher temperature.

The burning of coal in factories or in the household fire - rapid combustion where oxygen is sucked in large quantities and enormous CO2 is emitted. In the slow combustion taking place in the process of Agnihotra, small quantity of O2 is utilised meagre CO2 is emitted that poses no threat to the environment. Whatever CO2 is generated it is readily absorbed by the surrounding vegetation and CO2 cycle is strengthened CO2 produced in Agnihotra is not always free CO2 but it remains mixed with other aromatic oils and antiseptic products. The use of CO2 as a cerebral stimulant to assist the patients suffering from lack of ventilation is common in medical world. Its use to control and cure many mental disorders is also known to medical science. Small amounts of CO2 inhaled by the persons performing Agnihotra acts as a stimulant and more and more aromatic fumes are inhaled which help in curing mental disorders. 7 May 2012 62

Air fresheners vs. Agnihotra

The commercially available air fresheners cannot purify the indoor air. Their purpose is very limited to reduce the undesirable foul odor, and even for that purpose their side effects have to be fully understood.

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It sublimates, vaporizes and slowly fumigates selected herbal offerings and nourishing elements Can Release manifold amounts of anti-bacterial and anti-viral phytochemicals in the surroundings through use of herbal medicines in fire of medicinal woods.

Removes Pollutants, Bacterias, Viruses etc Increases Immunity and vigor Can be used as inhalation therapy when combined with Pranayama

As Immunity Boost
A person with low immunity power is more susceptible to flu viruses Regular agnihotra helps in increasing of ones immunity.
Ayurvedic Medicines inhaled as vapors (much better than oral/intravenous delivery) Positive soothing vedic mantras

Agnihotra Absolute necessity

There is no other method to purify the air once that has been polluted by us. This requirement is of enormous proportion for the in-door air because that is what we breathe most of the time. Our life style of remaining in-doors is doing more and more harm to the environment. In the given circumstances, Agnihotra has become AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY
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Agnihotra magnifies the advantages of the desirable herbal substances. The thermal and aerodynamic effects of the fire cause the vaporized substances to spread & diffuse into every part of the enclosed surroundings

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The overall temperatures in the combustion of firewood are lower Hence production of the oxides of nitrogen -safely ruled out. Design of Havan Kund -Supply of more than adequate oxygen No significant production of unburned hydrocarbon or carbon monoxide

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Applications in medicine and agriculture

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Applications in medicine and agriculture

Drug addiction

Alcohol addiction
Relief from anxiety and mental tension (and other
neuropsychological parameters)

Reduction of microbial counts

(atmosphere, lab. experiments, wounds, etc.)
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Applications in medicine and agriculture

Drug addiction

Alcohol addiction
Relief from anxiety and mental tension (and other
neuropsychological parameters)

Reduction of microbial counts

(atmosphere, lab. experiments, wounds, etc.)
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Applications in medicine and agriculture

Homatherapy examples: sinusitis, skin fungus, nonhealing wound, kidney pain, gastritis, migraine, tonsillitis

Calming effect on children, better concentration, faster entry into deep meditation
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Applications in medicine and agriculture

Promotes family peace, harmony happiness, tranquility, contentment Rapid seed germination Improved rooting of cuttings Increased crop yields
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Applications in medicine and agriculture

Bigger harvest, better food grain preservation Better food quality (luscious, nutritious harvest) Drought/frost resistance Release of useful minerals
(e.g. Phosphate)

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Agnihotra radiates from 1 to 20 km with the performance.

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SOIL None ASH ADDED Non-Agnihotra ash WATER SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE (P) EXTRACTED 0.68 micro gm. p/.02 gm ash

Weldloam Weldloam Red Feather Loamy Sand Red Feather Loamy Sand
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Agnihotra ash
Non-Agnihotra ash (0.02 g ash/g. soil) Agnihotra ash (0.02 g ash/g. soil) Non-Agnihotra ash (0.02 g ash/g. soil) Agnihotra ash (0.02 g ash/g. soil)

1.78 micro gm. p/.02 gm ash

4.2 micro gm. p/gm. soil 17.2 micro gm. p/gm. soil 2.3 micro gm. p/gm. soil 11.5 micro gm. p/gm. soil

Source: Agnihotra. The ancient environmental science offering sustainable solutions for our global crisis. Viarnne Gaibriel Mischon. Hearfelt Publications Intl, Australia. 2005


BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES WITH AGNIHOTRA PERFORMANCE Department of Botany, University of Pune, India
crop total sugars total (mg/g) chlorophyll contro l 2.12 1.56 1.23 2.56 1.05 2.23 1.07 ash treat 4.44 2.08 2.96 4.78 1.25 2.67 1.32 reducing sugars (mg/g) contro l 2.40 1.96 2.08 2.20 0.90 1.07 0.40 ash treat 3.65 4.54 3.23 3.76 1.03 1.11 0.62 proteins (mg/g) control ash treat 2.09 2.30 5.80 6.03 1.72 1.43 1.21 5.02 8.90 12.67 10.88 1.87 1.60 1.53

contro l Mung Fenugree k Soybean Ladyfinge r Wheat Sorghum Brinjal

Intl, Australia. 2005

ash treat 1.65 2.54 2.23 2.16 2.83 2.79 1.30

1.40 1.96 2.08 2.00 2.53 2.34 1.11

Source: Agnihotra. Tomato The ancient environmental science offering sustainable solutions for our global crisis. Viarnne Gaibriel Mischon. Hearfelt Publications 1.02 1.20 1.00 1.08 0.48 0.63 1.32 1.40

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Reproductive Index (%) Cows Mortality (%)

88.6 1.8 3.5

60.0 3.5 11.5

65.0 4.0 10.0

Calfs Moratality (%) Muscle Development


35.0 40.0 0 0 5.0

30.0 1.5 1.0 6.0 7.0

28.0 2.0 1.5 6.0

Weight at Birth (kg) Difficult Birth (%)

Placenta Retention (%)

Cow calf separation
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(months) Univ. Nacional Agraria de la Selva, Peru. March 2001 Source: J.R. Alvarado,

Some Homa Agricultural Practices

(Paranjpee, 1989; Koch, 2004; Rajmwale, 1999):

1. Treat the farm atmosphere through

Agnihotra and other pyramid-based but off-timed practices

2. Treat the soil by adding Agnihotra ash

to compost, raised beds or soil, organic or natural fertilizers and conditioners, mulch.

3. Seed selection, seed treatment for

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vigor and resistance


Some Homa Agricultural Practices

4. Seed planting treatment

5. Feed the soil (ground) and plants (leaves) by dusting or spraying with Agnihotra ash
6. Apply Agnihotra plant food solution (powdered cow dung)

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Some Homa Agricultural Practices

7. Treat pest infested and diseased plants and parts (with Agnihotra ash paste) 8. Seed and food preservation; in seed germination,seedling establishment; rooting enhancement for cutting and air layering (ash) 9. Farm animal care (Agnihotra performance and ash) in soil bedding, manure, feed, water; also for health management and cure of diseases/illnesses.
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We are at the
tipping point

Effect is quantum

Effect is

Why Agnihotra and Homa Therapy now?


It is very cheap and

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Overall effect of Agnihotra

Agnihotra drives the indoor air out Causes outdoor fresh air to move in. Effectively neutralizes the stale indoor air
due to the characteristics of the herbal substances utilized. A typical air freshener, simply attempts to neutralize the stale air,
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Overall effect of Agnihotra

The desirable substances can be inhaled

through the nostrils by one and all.

Mechanism of inhaling as opposed to

intake through the mouth (liquid & solid ) is more efficient by a factor of several hundreds.

Also, it seems to be the only way to

cleanse the indoor air.
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Results of Some Recent Experiments:

A group of scientists led by Dr. Manoj Garg,
Director, Environmental and Technical Consultants and the Uttar Pradesh pollution control board conducted experiments during the Agnihotra at Gorakhpur, U.P. The samples of 100 ml each of water and air collected from the surroundings were analysed using high volume envirotech APM-45 and other sensitive instruments
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Summary of Results
In Air Samples (unit mg per average sample)
Instant Level of Level of Before During After Before Yagna 4500 During Yagna 2470 After Yagna 1250 Sulphur dioxide Nitrous Oxide 3.36 1.16 2.82 1.14 0.80 1.02

Bacteria Count in Average Water Samples

Minerals in the Ash (Bhasm) of Yagna

Phosphorous 4076 mg per kg. Potassium 3407 mg per kg. Calcium 7822 mg per kg. Magnesium 6424 mg per kg. Nitrogen 32 mg per kg. 7 May 2012 Quispar 2% W/W


More information:
Scientists recently discovered that when plants grow in polluted conditions, their leaf veins change from their natural cylindrical shape to elliptical. This elliptical shape further reduces the uptake of atmospheric nutrients. In an area where Agnihotra is performed daily, the veins revert to their natural shape. Pathogenic bacteria are at their highest concentration at sunset, and practising Agnihotra at this time greatly reduces the amount of pathogens in the area of the fi re. The resultant ash has highly medicinal qualities for all of life. Much research has been, and still is, being carried out on this ancient practice, particularly by NASA and Monsanto, and on the properties of this ash. The Vedas state that all trace elements in perfect balance for life are found in the ash. Every element in the periodic table is found in the ash, as well as elements not in this table which have been found in meteorites that have landed on earth.

Agnihotra is called a super-science because, while much of what happens can be measured with instrumentation and the beneficial effects can be seen in the 7 Mayenvironment, not all of it is understood from a scientific perspective 2012


Researches on Agnihotra

A. Agnihotra and Kirlian photography:Structure of the chemical elements and their connection to molecules are restructured. These fine material changes during Agnihotra can be seen with the help of Kirlian photography. Kirlian Photographs of human hand 10 minutes before and 10 minutes after Agnihotra. After Agnihotra photograph showed increased energy with healing effect. Kirlian photographs of living Spearmint plant Before Agnihotra showed 'red surrounding 'Meaning aggressiveness. After Agnihotra photographs showed 'blue surrounding' meaning relaxation.

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The Brainwaves
ALPHA BETA Relaxed/reflecting Alert/working



Sleep/dreaming DELTA Deep dreamless sleep


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Decrease in Beta-wave activity after Agnihotra

Agnihotra and Neuro-Physiological

At the Defense Institute of physiology and allied sciences (DIPAS) New Delhi, Dr. Selvamurthy (Sr. Scientist) studied the physiological effects of Agnihotra on the human mind and body.

During the performance of Agnihotra, the heart rate showed a declining trend, body temperature was raised, GSR remained significantly higher, ECG showed DC shift in base, EEG showed constant changes, power in Alpha band increased, while there was a tendency of suppression in delta power. It has been concluded that Agnihotra atmosphere has

distinct beneficial effects on mind and body.

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Bacteriostatic effect:In a series of experiments conducted by a group of microbiologists & pathologists under the guidance of Dr A.G. Mondkar and Shri.Y.B. Sohoni. The behavior of micro flora was studied in the atmosphere generated by Agnihotra. In the Agnihotra atmosphere was markedly bacteriostatic. In it more than 96% growth of bacteria was inhibited. Agnihotra atmosphere acted as a shield in which bacteria,especially the pathogenic types were not allowed to grow. In another set of trials conducted in the polluted slums, similar results were noted. It was observed that there is a definite reduction in aerial micro flora after performing Agnihotra.

Ecological Farming and Gardening:The fruits, vegetables and grains grown by this method are qualitatively better in texture, taste and size as compared to controlled farms where regular use of pesticides and fertilizers is done. Agnihotra atmosphere induces rapid seed germination and the Agnihotra ash is an effective fertilizer and helps in releasing soluble phosphate from the soil.

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Joint Research work of DS University, Haridward and Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi
Aggregate Bacterial Counts Aggregate Pathogen Counts
Before (Background), During , and 1, 2, 3 Days after Agnihotra Counts Pathogen
BackG During day1 day2 day3

Dr A.G. Mondkar, a microbiologist from Bombay, observed the therapeutic effects of Agnihotra ash when he successfully cured scabies in rabbits by applying ash for three days. This method is much safer than the Benzyl benzoate or Salicylic acid usually used.

Scientific Experiments with Agnihotra

Agnihotra and Microbes, A Laboratory Experience

Agricultural Experiments:
Agnihotra Ash and Water Soluble Phosphates Agnihotra and Grapes Agricultural Experience with Vanilla Plants
EFFECTS REGULAR FERTIZING PRACTICE ONLY AGNIHOT RA 21 to 28 days required 100 % rooting Av. bunch wt. 0.45 Kg. No disease REGULAR PRACTICE AND AGNIHOTRA ***

Seed germinat ion Rooting of cutting Bunch develop ment Disease

More than 6 months required for germination 80 % rooting

100 % rooting Av. bunch wt. 0.525 Kg. Less disease

Av. bunch wt. 0.45 Kg. More disease

Quality Loss of harvest

Green yellow
TSS 22 % About 30 % loss

Golden yellow
TSS 24 % No loss

Pale yellow
TSS 23 % 10 % loss



Arul Kartikeyan is a biodynamic farmer in Coimbatore district, in south India. His whole turmeric crop was affected by an insect infestation.

After only one spray treatment with Agnihotra ash water solution, the disease on the leaves cleared up completely

FROM Other Sources

Natural Farming without agrochemicals: 10,000 kg per Hectare (8,925 pounds per acre)

Using agrochemicals (insecticides and fertilizers): 30,000 kg per Hectare (26,700 pounds per acre)

Homa Organic Farming: 84,000 kg per Hectare (74,800 pounds per acre)

Mango variety "Haden"


Miami, March 27 1995 Rafael Eduardo Daz 1717 North Bayshire Dr. Miami, Florida 33132 Tel. 305 381 8663 U.S.A. Tree "Albert" was dry for 8 months After 3 weeks of Homa Therapy

By performing agnihotra in the hospital everyday , I have a zero infection in our hospital in the postoperative cases and the requirement of antibiotics is minimal.

I am very sure that following this ancient Vedic wisdom can go a long way in preventing the spread of swineflu. The Vedas have very clearly mentioned the microbicidal effect of the Yagna fumes
Dr. Anil Jha, Chief Cardiac Surgeon, Maha Gujarat Hospital, Nadiad




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Agnihotra is now practiced in more than 60 countries worldwide:North America:

Canada, USA Europe: Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Croatia, Czech, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Asia: India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Japan, China, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malayasia South America: Argentinia, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela Central America: Caribbean Islands, Dominican Republic, Panama Middle East: Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey Africa: Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda Oceania: Australia, New Zealand
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Reference Journal Papers

Recent Research Published in Scientific Journals:

On Herbal Purification of Air through Yagya:

(Part of a Research Study conducted in joint collaboration of DS Univ. Hardwar and Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi) 1. 2. 3. 4. Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya (2007): The Air-Pollution Index. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VI (2), pp. 29-42 Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya P.(2007): A Study of the Impact of Yagya on Indoor Microbial Environments. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VII (1), pp. 6-15 Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya (2007): Comparative Studies of Yagya vs Non-Yagya in Microbial Environments. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VII (1), pp. 16-24 Saxena M., Sengupta B., Pandya (2007): Forecastign of NO2 Concentration Based on Time Series Models. Ind. J. Air Pollut. Control., VII (1), pp. 57-66 (The following was reported by some Scientists at National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow) Nautiyal CS, Chauhan PS, Nene YL (2007) Medicinal Smoke Reduces Airborne Bacteria. J. Ethnopharmacology. 114 (3) pp. 446-451


On Herbal Therapy through Yagya:

(Part of a Scientific Research conducted in joint collaboration of DS Univ. Hardwar and a Professor at IIT Bombay) 1. 2. 3. Raghuvanshi M., Pandya P. and Joshi R. R. (2004) Yagyopathic Herbal Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Symptoms A Clinical Trial. Alt. Compl. Therap. Vol. 10(2), pp. 101-105. Joshi R. R., Raghuvanshi M. and Pandya P. (2006): Yagyopathy Vs Oral and I.V. Drug Administration: Evaluation for Pulmonary Tuberculosis using Compartment Modeling. J. Biological Systems Vol. 14(3), pp.463-489. Raghuvanshi M., Pandya P. and Joshi R. R. (2009): In-vitro Testing Of An Ethnobotanical Inhalation Therapy Against Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Phytothrapie (In Press).

Foundational Refernces
[1] Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya: Yagya; Ek Smagra upchar Prakriya.
Samagra Vangmaya Vol. 26 Akhand Jyoti Sansthan Mathura (1998). [2] Dr. Satya Prakash, Agnihotra The Sarva Deshik Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, Delhi (1937). [3] Dr. Fundanlal Agnihotri Yagya Chikitsa Kshaya Roga Ki Prakratic Achook Chikitsa (1949). [4] Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya In Yagya Ka Gyan Vigyan Samagra Vangmaya, Vol 25. Akhand Jyoti Santhan Mathura (1998). [5] Swami Brahm Muni Parivrajak: Atharv Vediya Chikitsa Shastra Ek Anupam Shodh Grandh Jan Ghyana Prakashan New Delhi (1974). [6] Atharvaveda, Translated & compiled by Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya

Further Readings
Yajna Vimarsh - Dr Ram Prakash Former
V C of Kurukshetra University Chemistry of Agnihotra - Dr(Swami ) Satya Prakash former head of Department of Chemistry Banaras Hindu University both the authors :Doctorate in chemistry

Online References
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